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John Pilkinton
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 Here is the picture of the control/power board. All three arrows are connected together.


   
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John Pilkinton
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After checking with my meter, it is pin 4 on the zif connector on the controller board. 


   
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The left arrow and top-right arrow are always connected together, but the middle one shouldn't be. Any chance you can get a pic of the pins on the FPC connector?


   
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John Pilkinton
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On your board correct?

 


   
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othermod
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Exactly. My board.


   
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John Pilkinton
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Here it is:


   
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John Pilkinton
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It would be this pin correct?:


   
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othermod
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Nope, not that one. This is the connector rotated 180 degrees from the position in your pic


   
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John Pilkinton
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Ok, and opps, forgot to add two lines for the right shoulder. So it would be the sixth trace from the left in my picture. I will dig deeper tomorrow and see where that trace connects to and see if it is shorted against something. Can you tell me where the triangle line goes to on your board? So that I can check.

 


   
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Same orientation. That's the right side of the GPIO header, closest to the battery compartment.


   
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John Pilkinton
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Gotcha! Thank you so much for your help. I will look into this tomorrow. 


   
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